The Executive Director for the UHCL Center for Faculty Development is responsible for the overall professional development supporting teaching, research, service, career development, and work/life balance of UHCL faculty at all levels. The Executive Director effectively communicates with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community; provides a collaborative, supportive environment to promote faculty development capacity through faculty-centered programs and initiatives; and partners with multiple offices on campus to provide these services.
- Develops and implements programs in all modes of delivery to enhance effectiveness of all UHCL faculty. Identifies and plans relevant faculty development events, including internal and external guest facilitators. Implements programs aligning with current research on effective professional development for teaching, research, service (including academic leadership), career development, and work-life balance.
- Supervises personnel associated with CFD including a Program Coordinator, Faculty Fellows, and other leaders of CFD programming.
- Continually evaluates emerging best practices in educational development, determines applicability to the University, and communicates these best practices to the faculty.
- Participates in development, implementation and maintenance of policies, objectives, and strategic planning at the University.
Required Qualifications: Doctoral degree; minimum 5 years of higher education teaching experience
Desired Qualifications: Past experience in teaching, research, and service; experience working with or in a higher education faculty development center; leadership position within higher education.
For more information and to apply online please visit: https://www.uhcl.edu/human-resources/employment/ and click on Job Opportunities or visit the job description directly. We recommend applications be submitted by November 30th.